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So how does Freixenet Cordon Negro taste? It’s a light, modern Cava with a very refreshing style and lots of bubbles that really last. When you taste it, you’ll pick up hints of citrus fruit and an aroma that reminds you of both apple and pear as well as peach, melon and pineapple.
We make this wonderful wine in three varieties – Brut, Dry and Medium Dry. Brut is a crisp, clean, very dry wine, containing almost no sugar. Dry, despite its name, is not as dry as Brut and has a hint of sweetness. And finally, Medium Dry is a fruity, sweeter wine. All of these taste great with most foods but try Brut with Asian cuisine and the sweeter versions with dessert.
Fresh, fruity, and above all, food-friendly, our Grüner Veltliner (“Gru-Vee” for short) shows off the charms that make the grape Austria’s favorite white wine varietal. A racy wine with explosive fruit flavors, a light mineral undercurrent, and a full, expansive finish.
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Prosecco is a sparkling white wine made only in specific provinces of northeastern Italy. All Prosecco wines are made primarily from the Glera grape, a native variety with origins in the lovely village of Prosecco, near Trieste. The Glera grape gives the wine structure and body and is considered to be the heart of Prosecco wines, just as Sangiovese is the heart of Tuscan wines. Ruffino Prosecco DOC is made entirely of Glera grapes. It’s easy-to-drink style makes it a versatile food companion. Prosecco is also perfect as an aperitif or mixed into cocktails.
This vintage, we sought more freshness and focus through the use of concrete to age an increased percentage of the finished wine. We feel this allows certain vineyards to show more of their true character so that the finished wines preserve more of their charm. Every grape hits Hwy 116 to get here.
The Clare Valley is Australia’s premier Riesling region, famed for dry wines of great depth and purity. This is a fine example of the style: aromas of lemon, lime and chamomile with a light palate full of zesty citrus fruit flavour sand clean, crisp finish. The strong aromatics and refreshing acidity of this wine will allow it to age gracefully, developing deeper notes of honey, tropical fruits and a hint of kerosene that is characteristic of aged Riesling.
Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to work with many great vineyards. We continue to work carefully with select growers that farm in and around our Sebastopol home. There is often a recognizably full mouthfeel and texture to the wines from the area – a common thread to the components of this blend and a feature we are drawn to every year. This vintage was much more compact due to extreme heat in early September that created a mad dash to harvest as much fruit as possible at peak quality.
With idyllic weather from start to finish, 2018 was one of the finest growing seasons of the past decade. Each wine within the Appellation Series embodies the unique qualities we cherish from the regions we work with.
Sta. Rita Hill’s 2017 growing season was spared from the unusually warm harvest season, but not from the hail, lightning and, wind that abruptly swept through the region in mid-September. Luckily, the vines’ resilience prevailed against Mother Nature, producing elegant, distinctive Pinot Noir that we have come to love.